Arogenate dehydratase isoenzymes profoundly and differentially modulate carbon flux into lignins.

@article{Corea2012ArogenateDI,
  title={Arogenate dehydratase isoenzymes profoundly and differentially modulate carbon flux into lignins.},
  author={Oliver R. A. Corea and Chanyoung Ki and Claudia L. Cardenas and Sung-Jin Kim and Sarah E Brewer and Ann M. Patten and Laurence B Davin and Norman G. Lewis},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={287 14},
  pages={11446-59}
}
How carbon flux differentially occurs in vascular plants following photosynthesis for protein formation, phenylpropanoid metabolism (i.e. lignins), and other metabolic processes is not well understood. Our previous discovery/deduction that a six-membered arogenate dehydratase (ADT1-6) gene family encodes the final step in Phe biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana raised the fascinating question whether individual ADT isoenzymes (or combinations thereof) differentially modulated carbon flux to… CONTINUE READING
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